I drink it all the time when I'm sick. My grandparents pick it wild. They also boil it with the water, which seems to work pretty well.Scientists recently suggested that Greek grandmothers who promote mountain tea as a panacea for most illnesses are remarkably close to the truth. Modern tests have indicted that the tea helps in the prevention of osteoporosis while its anti-oxidant properties aid in the prevention of cancer. The studies also indicate Greek Mountain Tea has a positive effect on almost anything that ails. Traditionally, it is used in combating colds and flu, respiratory problems, aiding digestion, strengthening the immune system, and calming mild anxiety. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory and to reduce fever.
So, has anyone tried this "tea"? If anyone would like to, I wouldn't mind trying to send a small sample! It's really delicious, especially with honey.